On 25/03/16 06:19, Reindl Harald wrote:
Am 25.03.2016 um 05:14 schrieb Kevin Kofler:
> Daniel Vrátil wrote:
>> I'm fine with slowing down on F22. Considering that I'm thinking to also
>> skip Frameworks and Plasma 5.6 updates for F22, backport only the most
>> critical issues. Any objections or opinions?
> I think Fedora n-1 (currently 22) should be fully supported, i.e., get
> backwards-compatible updates, which Qt 5.6, Plasma 5.6 etc. are
> supposed to
for sure not
the reason why somebody stays on Fedora n-1 is in the most cases
stability and "i can't have something breaking at the moment"
backwards-compatible is one thing, but for a ordinary user which by
intention waits as long as possible with dist-upgrades something like
the breakage i had on F23 two days ago with KDE is *exactly* what he
Qt/Plasma are not the Kernel where somebody takes case that not much
+1 I have used Fedora n-1 as a fair compromise between cutting-edge and
stability, hoping that major bugs have been eliminated. I also use SL7.
Brand new bugs would be a pain.